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John Malone renowned television interviewer entered the stage left of the television camera and waited for the audience applause to abate Hi this is John Malone and welcome to the show Today I will be talking to Wilfred Horn Wilfred was the coach and sponsor of Mark Mathabane during Marks teens Wilfred also helped Mark to get a scholarship to Limestone College a tennis college here in South Carolina in the USA Without Wilfreds help Marks dreams of becoming a world class tennis player would have never come true Mark as you should know is number eighty-nine on the world tennis circuit and has just published his first book Kaffir Boy which details the deprivations that he went through whilst growing up in the ghettos of South Africa during Apartheid said John Wilfred an athletic looking fifty year old man appeared and walked briskly out onto the brightly lit television stage After shaking hands warmly with Malone he sat down confidently into the luxurious black leather seat John leaned forward in his chair Wilfred Horn its a pleasure to have you with us today Thank you John its a pleasure to be here was Horns brisk reply Wilfred can you explain that faint trace of an accent in your voice that we can hear Actually I dont have an accent Everyone else does Laughter ripples through the audience Wilfred continued Well I was born in Eastern Germany in 1936 into a wealthy family which explains the accent In the early 1960s I decided to move to South Africa A couple of years later I met Norma my wife We decided to build a tennis ranch shortly after that In 1983 we decided to leave South Africa and we now live in Canada Why did you leave South Africa After hearing so many terrible stories about what happens in the ghettos of South Africa I decided that I had to leave I just couldnt handle living
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